new Delhi. The first month of the calendar year has passed and the common people of the country are relieved. Today, there is no increase in the price of petrol and diesel for the second consecutive day. By the way, crude oil has also come under pressure in the international market. Now you have to pay the same price that you paid on Monday. Let us tell you that in the month of November, the price of diesel has become expensive by two rupees per liter and petrol and rupees one and a quarter rupees per liter. Let us also tell you how much you will have to pay for petrol and diesel today.
No change in petrol price
According to information received from IOCL, there has been no change in the price of petrol for the second consecutive day in the four metros of the country. On Sunday, the price of petrol was increased from 19 paise per liter to 21 paise per liter. After the increase of 21 paise per liter in the national capital Delhi and Mumbai were 82.34 and 89.02 rupees per liter. After the increase of 20 paise in Kolkata and 19 paise per liter in Chennai, the prices in the two metros were 83.87 and 85.31 rupees. Today the people of metros have to pay the same price.
Price stability of diesel
According to information received from IOCL, stability has been observed in all the four metros of the country for the second consecutive day. While on Sunday, the capital of Delhi and Kolkata saw an increase of 29 paise per liter. After which the prices in both metros were 72.42 and 75.99 rupees per liter respectively. There was an increase of 31 paise per liter in Mumbai and 28 paise in Chennai. After which the prices in both metros were 78.97 and 77.84 rupees per liter respectively.
Inflation on petrol and diesel increased in November
In the month of November, the price of petrol and diesel increased significantly. If we talk about the price of petrol, then in all the four metros of the country, there has been an increase of more than Rs 1.25 per liter. The capital of the country saw an increase of Rs 1.28 per liter in Delhi, Rs 1.27 in Kolkata, Rs 1.28 in Mumbai and Rs 1.18 per liter in Chennai. At the same time, in the capital of the country, diesel has become expensive by Rs 1.97 per liter. Whereas in Kolkata, it became expensive by Rs 2.01, in Mumbai by Rs 2.11 and in Chennai by Rs 1.88 per liter.